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  • An HJ Authorization Certificate for Performance Badge
  • An HJ Authorization Certificate for Performance Badge

Item: G28042

An HJ Authorization Certificate for Performance Badge

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An HJ Authorization Certificate for Performance Badge

In linnen in celluloid husk, 15.5 x 12 cm. Date of item: 1939. Condition: good, signs of aging. A certificate stating that the owner is authorized to be an official witness in testing eligibility towards awards of the Deutsches Jungvolk-Leistungsabzeichen (German Youngsters of the Hitler Youth’ Performance Badge), more accurately: for the groups “Fahrt und Lager” (journey and camp) and “Zielübungen” (aiming exercise). The owner is Jungzugführer (Young Platoon Leader) Reinhold Zunk, born June 24th, 1922. He lives in Dummersdorf near Rostock, north east Germany. It carries two stamps, one of Bann (levy) 162, Lübeck, and one of Gebiet (area) 6, Nordmark. The signatures of the Stellenleiter für Leibeserziehung (activity head for physical education) and the Bannführer (levy leader) are indecipherable, however, the latter is named Hans. It is dated to Kiel on June 28th, 1939. On the back the rules for witnessing and awarding achievements are listed.

The Deutsches Jungvolk (German Youngsters) were the 10 to 14 year olds of the Hitler Youth, a part of the Nazi indoctrination system that taught Nazi ideology to children by means of organizing sports competitions, camping trips, and giving the members a quasi-military training.

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